00120 Situational low self-esteem

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00120 Situational low self-esteem

Definition of the NANDA label

Development of a negative perception of self-worth in response to a current situation (specify).

Development of a negative perception of self-worth in response to a current situation.

Defining characteristics

• Verbal reports that the current situation challenges your personal worth.
• Self-negative verbalizations.
• Indecisive, non-assertive behavior.
• Evaluation of himself as incapable of coping with the situation or events.
• Expressions of hopelessness, distrust and worthlessness.

Related factors

• Developmental changes (specify).
• Alteration of body image.
• Functional impairment (specify).
• Loss (specify).
• Changes in social role (specify).
• Lack of recognition or rewards.
• Unconscious behavior with established values.
• Failure, rejection.

At risk population

• Developmental transition
• History of abandonment
• History of abuse
• History of loss
• History of neglect
• History of rejection
• Pattern of failure

Associated condition

• Functional impairment
• Physical illness

NOC

• Self esteem.
• Psychosocial adaptation: life change.
• Grief resolution.
• Decision making.

NIC

• Enhancement of self-esteem.
• Emotional Support.
• Enhancement of body image.
• Support in decision making.
• Advice.
• Facilitate grief.
• Facilitate grief: perinatal death.
• Increase coping.
• Advance guide.

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